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Ballerific Fashion: Offset Wearing Gucci Embroidered Knit Cardigan and Princetown Tartan Slippers

#Offset… whoop whoop!


One thing for sure is that Offset stays fly in some of the hottest pieces. Whether he’s rocking designer pieces or iced out in diamonds, his style is always A1.


The rapper posted to the ‘Gram before catching a flight, wearing a $3,980 Gucci Embroidered Knit Cardigan, plaid pants, and $940 Princetown Tartan Slippers.


The cardigan is imbued with references to vintage American sportswear. The oversized knit cardigan embodies the preppy influence of the collection that’s trimmed with a red and green knit web detail and placed around the sleeves. The jacket is completed by a varsity-inspired “A” appliqué on the front. The word “Guccy” is displayed on the back, a play on the House name embraced by the Creative Director from tags used on Instagram.


The Princetown fur-lined slippers are completed with a leather strap across the front with House Web stripe and Double G hardware. Since its debut in the Fall-Winter 2015 collection, the Princetown slipper has become a mainstay of Gucci collections. Unconventional yet entirely modern, the influential accessory is a contemporary interpretation of the Horsebit loafer.


Are you feeling Offset’s look? #BallerificFashion

About Peachkyss

Peachkyss is the Fashion Writer and Content Curator for Baller Alert, who keeps reader up-to-date on the latest trends, the latest luxury brand collections, and how to "ball" on a budget.  Peachkyss has her Bachelors in Elementary Education with a concentration in Mathematics from Norfolk State University and Masters in Middle Grades Mathematics from Walden University.  Have a question about what your favorite celeb is wearing or fashion advice, email me at [email protected] "Style is a way to say who are you are without having to speak."

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